With An Air Of Pavitas
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I went to the House of Terror with some cast mates before rehearsal. It was an immersive and interactive museum chronicled the fascist and communist regimes thinking through hungry in the 1930s and 40s, through 1991. Many of the exhibits were striking and sobering, and it felt important to tour this museum, considering my heritage and family history with fascism and communism and the subject matter of the show.
I was very late to rehearsal because the House of Terror tour took longer than expected, and my bicycle rental was complicated. I still got a good picture of parliament on the way.
WHAT I LEARNED
Art buildings in Hungary are just like art buildings in the states. We rehearsed in a former high school turned arts complex. It felt very much like the Flatiron Building in Wicker Park.
My roommate Dennis and I cooked dinner. It was tasty.